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Is My Child’s Wrist Broken or Strained?

When your child runs off the field holding their wrist, you might be worried about a fracture. However, broken and strained wrists may show similar symptoms. While you should always visit a sports injury clinic for diagnostics and treatment, there are some ways you can spot the difference between a simple strain and a wrist […]

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Can Running Help Your Joints? 4 Benefits to Know

Knee and ankle issues are among the most common orthopedic injuries for runners. However, this doesn’t mean running is bad for your joints. It’s a common myth that running places too much strain on your joints, when in fact, running can actually benefit your joint health.  How Running Helps Your Joints When it comes to […]

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How Do I Know Surgery is Necessary for My Child’s Broken Bone?

Fractures, or broken bones, are among the most common sports injuries, especially in youth sports. If your child breaks their bone during a game or practice, surgery may be the best course of treatment. But how do you know if this is the case? This guide will break down bone fracture treatment options and how […]

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How Does Hydration Affect Bone Density & Health?

Hydration is a key component of health and wellness. The body runs more effectively when you drink enough water, and this includes your bones. Proper hydration has a positive impact on bone density and sports injury prevention.  The Link Between Hydration & Bone Health  Water makes up about a quarter of a bone’s weight. Collagen […]

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